|La questione dello stato intermedio nella teologia cattolica negli anni 1962-1999 - Andrzej Danczak|
The question of the intermedium between death and the universal fulfilment caused many difficulties in the history of the christian theology. This paradoxical situation found its confirmation in the bull Benedictus Deus of 1336. After a long period of consensus the subject was considered anew by the protestant theology at the beginning of 20th century. By negation of the possibility of the existence of anima separata as well as reflecting on the question of temporality after death this theology ...
Keywords: stato intermedio; intermediate state; escatologia; eschatology; death; morte; anima; soul; temporalita' ; temporality
|HMNY2011: Notes on Temporality - HMNY|
Notes on Temporality Miguel Vatter: Reification and temporality: What does it mean to have class consciousness today? Abstract: After falling out of favor in the late 1970s, the concept of reification has made a notable comeback in recent leftist theory: Axel Honneth has tried to save the validity of this category for social theory in his 2005 book (Verdinglichung) and Giorgio Agamben has proposed a theory of reification and fetishism (which he calls 'profanation') as fundamental to understand c...
Keywords: HMNY2011; Historical Materialism; Conference; Marxism; Miguel Vatter; Massimiliano Tomba; Antonio Y. Vazquez-Arroyo; Temporality; Class Consciousness; Walter Benjamin; Crisis
|Concentric Temporalities - Timothy Morton|
A talk by Tim Morton and a Q&A by Tim Morton and Elizabeth de Loughrey at the conference "The History and Politics of the Anthropocene," University of Chicago, May 17-18, 2013.
Keywords: Anthropocene; objects; logic; time; temporality; Heidegger; Derrida; philosophy; ecology; global warming; climate change; hyperobjects; Tim Morton; Timothy Morton; catastrophe
|Abusing Aristotle: From Phyllis to Graham Harman - Kellie Robertson (Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison); Drew Daniel (Johns Hopkins Univ.)|
Featured talk by Kellie Robertson (Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison), with response from Drew Daniel (Johns Hopkins Univ.), at Speculative Medievalisms 2: A Laboratory-Atelier, held at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, on 16 September 2011 (organized and sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, the Petropunk Collective, and the Doctoral Program in English and Medieval Studies @The Graduate Center, CUNY)...
Keywords: Aristotle; Graham Harman; Object Oriented Philosopy; Speculative Realism; scholasticism; Alisdair MacIntyre; history of philosophy; temporality; William of Ockham; materialism; ethics; physics; metaphysics
|How to Read Any Poem, Anywhere Class 15 - Timothy Morton|
A class taught by Tim Morton at UC Davis, March 6, 2012.
Keywords: poetry; poetics; close reading; Rhyme sonnet; imagery; vividness; William Blake; narrator; subject position; ideology; point of view; narrative; time; temporality; plot; story; object-oriented ontology; space; lineation; death; objects